Guy Branston has urged his Burton team-mates to rediscover their goal-scoring touch - and not just the strikers.
The Brewers have failed to score in their last two league games and they lost 1-0 at rock-bottom Darlington last time out.
Paul Peschisolido's men host Hereford on Saturday and skipper Branston is eager to ease the burden on forwards Shaun Harrad, Greg Pearson and Richard Walker.
"We had ample opportunities against Darlington to finish the game off but just couldn't seem to score, which was disappointing," he told skysports.com.
"But we've got to start scoring from all over the pitch and not just rely on the centre forwards.
"It'd be great for the frontmen if the defenders can chip in with a few and so can the midfield - it's a team game.
"You're going to go through times when you can't score which, with the games coming up, is a bit of a worry.
"But you can't panic, you've just got to get on with it and make sure you score the next game."
Burton have made a promising start to their first-ever League campaign and lie 11th in League Two, five places above Hereford.
The Brewers' following two league games are also against teams below them in the table but Branston has warned them to be wary of another slip-up.
"These are games we're looking to win but we dropped points last Saturday so we know it can go either way," he added.
"We've been playing well but not quite getting the results.
"We've just got to stick together, grind the results out, and then I'm sure the goals will flow.
"If we start doing that then everybody will start being more worried about us than we are of them."